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Publisher's Summary

In the best of times, loneliness is difficult. At the end of time it can be deadly.
Hank Walker is alone and struggling not just with the undead but with depression that threatens to swallow him. Searching for the family he sent away at the beginning of the rise of the dead, Hank is left to deal with loneliness, desperation, and his own memories that haunt him.
The dead are everywhere. The few people still alive are scattered, and the ones Hank comes across may be more dangerous than the biters.
With an unlikely traveling companion, Hank's search takes him across the state of South Carolina and to the depths of darkness like nothing he has ever experienced before. Can Hank find his family and survive the biters? Or does he completely unravel in the world of the dead?
©2016 A.J. Brown (P)2016 Stitched Smile Publications
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ryan Bolen on 12-02-16

I loved this zombie story!

What did you love best about Dredging Up Memories?

The story was very unique and pulled me in immediately. I finished this audiobook in 2 days.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Dredging Up Memories?

When the main character makes friends with Humphrey. He reminds me of "Wilson". :)

What about John Malone’s performance did you like?

I like narrators with deep voices, and John Malone did a superb job. The main character in the book, Hank Walker, is from the South, and the narrator nails the accent. His pacing was great, and he has great range for his voices. I would definitely listen to another book from him.

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I received a copy of this audiobook for free in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By ST on 12-01-16

very good

A very good zombie read. Love Humphrey. Great story keep me entertained the hole time the narrator did a good job as well. If you love zombie books this is a must read

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